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on the commerce clause. everyone of the justices at some level will see the commerce power is fairly broad. i also think all nine justices recognize there have to be limits on the commerce power, otherwise the whole point of enumerating the various powers of congress was entirely beside the point. they could instead the commerce power, were down. now i think some of the justices may question what role there is for the judiciary to enforce the commerce power letters. what happened in this case is that five justices did adopt what is bad at least the dominant view since the lopez decision, which is the core can simply knock it out of enforcing limits on federalism on the power of the federal government to adhere to iowa quote justice kennedy from his lopez concurrence. as he said then, the federal balance is too essential a part of archons additional structure in place to vital ebola in securing freedom for us to admit an inability to intervene when one or the other level of government has tipped the scales too far. i think he also recognize this is not an area where there are strong occasional ince
of the decisions of the hughes court -- whether congress has exceeded its power to regulate interstate commerce. so whether it could be regulations that went across state lines, very broad regulations. well, that will be one of the arguments in the health care bill that comes up for argument next month. the question is whether congress has exceeded his authority under the commerce clause. most of the cuts towards congress, that is, i think most of the president, certainly in the late 1930s, some of which chief justice hughes wrote, he gave congress more leeway to regulate interstate commerce. that became pretty much the modern commerce clause doctrine for the next six years. but we don't know about the score. this is a very polarized court and presidents goes the other way. also. this will be very interesting to see that. to see what happens. thank you very much. [applause] [applause] >> your government and mine and it can be what these governments wanted to be. sometimes we talk about the u.n. as though it is a distance by doing that, we get the governments involved that are actually responsible i
is a chamber of commerce has attacked about my particular proposals. but i talk about here is how scott brown has already voted and also talking about what he said in his own voice last week he wanted to make crystal clear. and that is coming he would let taxes go up for 90% of families in order to protect tax breaks for the top 2%. >> withstand economic policy. it can come you can return to this topic since the debate wears on. bless you. this coming new years day may not be a happy one if nothing is done to steer us away from the so-called fiscal class, which includes mandatory budget cuts that could cost massachusetts close to 40,000 jobs in defense related industries alone. u2 have argued quite a bit over tax policy, including just now. i don't think anyone argues tax policy allowed will forestall the skies. correct me if i'm wrong. i'm sure you will. what other specific ideas you have for voting this economic care clinics >> obviously i collect tax to get in. we have expiring tax cuts in place for 12 years now. we also have sequestration. we have a lot of the debt ceiling coming up. just
for transportation, for commerce, they recognize a fundamental part of what it is to live in america in the 21st century. they want to get to the bottom of it. many of the aerospace companies, they not only make the airplanes, but the spacious. and so we have aero people and space people on the commission. i was counted as one of the space people. one of the trips we took was around the world. this is 2002. around the world to key places that have burgeoning aerospace industries to find out there is some competition that were not living up to -- were they doing we are not doing it, i went to beijing in 2002. my first time there, i went there with a complete portfolio stereotype about what i would expect. boulevards and bicycles. all right? this is what i expected. arriving in beijing, yeah, there are bicycles, but that's not what is filling the boulevard. there are mercedes and volkswagen's and bmws. it's not like anything i had ever seen. heads of agency there. i look carefully and i see on their hand, college rings, graduate degrees from american universities and engineering. almost every one
's about speaker thomas birkett read in the contentious 51st commerce. if you got a chance uribe camille enjoyed meeting the author. if you have that, come anyway and listen to him talk about the book in its research and doing a and maybe get some pointers. at an outcome would probably have some budding authors in our audience either here or on c-span. let me just briefly introduce today a soft authors so we can get into the program. i would mention that there is an article by our speaker, guy gugliotta in our current edition of our capital film magazines, copies of it in the back. please pick one up on your way out. it's also available online in and interact diversion at the historical society's website, and www..u.s. our speaker today is guy gugliotta. after commanding a swift boat in south vietnam he became a journalist who has covered latin america, served 16 years as a national reporter for the "washington post" and has written extensively on science and policy issues for a variety of publications including "the new york times," "national geographic," wired, discover and th
of commerce, the department of education, energy, homeland security, and state combined. if interest rates were at their medium level that they were in the 1990s war in the first decade of this year, we would be sitting over $650 billion a year in interest alone. if we do nothing, we will be spending over $1 trillion that we will be spending every year before he we know it. and if you think about that, that is a trillion dollars that we can't use to build up a structure educator kids in this country so we can move our services and goods to the marketplace. it is a trillion dollars we can spend to perform research in this country so that the next new thing is created here. making that is the between dollars that will be spent, principally in foreign countries where we are borrowing the money from, to educate their kids. to build their infrastructure, and to do the odd research over there. i think that is crazy. this is not a problem that we can solely grow our way out of. it's not a problem that we can tax our way out of. it's certainly not a problem that we can cut our way out of wi
goods and i know they want to be a responsible partner in the world of trade and commerce and they're going to have to understand they can't take away jobs in an unfair basis. >> we need money investing in companies that operated from the m.i.t. china. pioneers. now you can't stand up to china when i use done is send them our jobs. >> the senate today had a bill that would've created a $1 billion jobs program for veterans. they spend beyond the limits congress agreed to that here. the senate democrats choose those short to need to go forward.t here is 20 t minutes of senate debate on the bill.alking >> regardless of what she feel about a budget and budget point of order, we are talking a technicality to kill a bill to halt unemployed veterans at apey time that they desperately needb help because they are coming and back from iraq and afghanistan and they can't find work. and and so we come out of the recession and the recovery way a higher percent of unemployment and especially veterans under age 24 have an even higher percentage of unemployed, and so what we have here is a piece o
? are we in a quorum? the presiding officer: we are not. mr. reid: i ask unanimous consent the commerce committee be discharged from further consideration of presidential nomination 1958 and the foreign relation committee be discharged from further consideration of presidential nomination 1879, 1880 and 1923. that's -- that's it. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. reid: mr. president, that the -- we proceed to these en bloc nomination be confirmed motion to reconsider be considered made, laid on the table, there being no intervening action or debate and that any statements relating to this matter be printed in the record at the appropriate place as if read and the senate be notified immediately of the senate's action. the presiding officer: without objection. mr. reid: i ask unanimous consent that the senate consider calendars numbers 674 675 the senate proceed to vote on the nominations in the order listed, there being no intervening action or debate, no motions to reconsider being made, laid on the table there being no intervening action or debate and that no further motion
chamber of commerce, the university of washington african studies program and at the of public affairs in seattle university's asian studies and global african studies program. as we do with all of our bands to reach a larger audience and the one here tonight, we are going to be tweeting this event. the hash tag will be moyo whack, so if you're on twitter, follow, join, ask questions, engage. we believe dialogue and discussion are critical to developing the world and i invite you to participate in the conversation. we will do an open q&a for tonight's events in a volunteers passing around a wireless microphone. we do also have no cars available if you prefer to write down your question and pass it to a volunteer to ask for you. moderating tonight's q&a will be dr. anand yang can access of international studies and history at university of washington. june 2002 and 2010, he was director of the henry and jackson school of international studies. prior to joining university of washington, he taught at the university of utah where he was chair of the history department and subsequently dire
swings or shut down commerce dr. edge, to shut down our grain traffic, shut down and barge traffic. there's got to be a happy medium. you've got to communicate with them and in the last two years i don't live along the missouri river, however everyone i've talked to does is fit to be tied that our federal government and the corps of engineers has lost their mind. i would get in there, deal with them and i will be the governor that stands up to the federal government and lack of common sense in the continuing rise of bureaucracy and regulations. i will fight tooth and nail to see what is best for why 5.9 million missourians. >> okay, this'll be your last question will come from jeff flax and gophers to governor jay nixon. >> the state foundation formula for public schools is complex and remains underfunded. should it be overhauled? and if so, how? >> we've worked hard to work the legislature both in the changes they made in the past as well as the methods we fund k-12 education and we will continue to put dollars fare. last year the beginning of your focus is on making sure that we preserv
and organizations like the los angeles chamber of commerce in california, st. louis business travelers association and hundreds more. together, these organizations represent tens of millions of u.s. air travelers. we have already begun piecing together elements of nextgen on the ground and it has helped to meter departures and minimize delays. we have done that and delays with our friend of the faa and the airlines using jfk and in a collaborative effort, we have been very successful. we are working to expand the program to la guardia airport. the system has saved nearly 5 million gallons of fuel and on the number of $15,000 annually. we have invested more than a billion dollars to make airport operations more efficient. our initiative has delivered. we have invested in building high-speed taxiway exits, minimizing runway time and enabling a more efficient procedure. the bottom line is that tens of thousands of delays have been averted. we recently launched a single phone number that pulls together all of our airports hotline, together with a website that expresses concerns. this new system provid
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